A lot of youth do missionary work all around the world. It seems like when youth have experiences to call upon of helping people in need, they turn out to be more compassionate and caring adults who continue to pay it forward.
If you are a pastor, minister, youth leader, Boy/Girl Scout leader, or other organization, consider setting your sights this year on joining us August 8-10th in sunny Montana.
We never run out of work, fun, or food when we serve! The relationships we make with the children and families last a lifetime.
There are life lessons to be learned in the service of others. You can’t get them by playing video games, watching a documentary, or reading a book.
If everyone did some type of missionary work when they were younger, they would have more inner strengths and abilities than people who hadn’t.
Over the years, I have noticed that people who have done missionary work before know exactly what to do when they land on the Reservation.
It’s almost like deja vu for them. They have had boots on the ground before. They don’t want to be sitting around; they want to be doing things for the kids.
They want to leave the place better than when they found it.
We can use all the help we can get for this year’s festivities!